I would suggest posting a nice clean, detailed and sharp picture of said vehicle here so potential buyers can actually pick up what you're laying down. So far all I've seen is a 1 x 1" avatar and a blurry, dark photo. Can't tell much from that. I'm wondering if it's my old 87 442 I bought new many moons ago. Probably not, but still.
Haggerty lists the 1987 Olds 442 average sale price as $12,900, according to its record data. Of course that is taking into account a broad range of sales from Excellent to Fair conditions.
The G Body cars have made a little of a come back but still are nowhere near the market value that 1965-1972 muscle car vehicles bring. GM A Body cars are hot sellers and bring top dollar. The 1985-1987 Olds 307 cars are not fast by today's standards but are nice cruisers in stock form but not a muscle car by any means. Most modern sedans will outperform a stock mid-80's Olds 307 with 170HP in acceleration, handling, braking and reliability.
$24k is going to be top dollar value for a 1987 Olds 442. That is definitely Concours condition type of money. It can sell but it will most likely take a long time to find that type of buyer, maybe a year or longer. It's not that nobody wants the car, it's the $24k price tag that scares 99% of people away. One can buy a nice low mileage used C6 Corvette with 430HP for that type of price range and get a lot more bang for buck.
Best bet is to post is everywhere and hopefully you find that buyer who wants that specific car.
Maybe these pics. will help. Absolutly Correct Pettrix, Hagggerty does say average sale price of 12,900.But tell the rest of it. Haggerty also says that a # 3 car is worth 12,900 and just like I said #2 Is 20,900 and #1 is 30,200. I wasted my time checking NADA , what a joke. The options listed for 1987 442 were as follows, 4 cyl 6cyl air cond,Grand touring Package, Grande Package, Sunroof. Thats it. They seem pretty clueless about this car. Also on Haggerty they show a 1986 442 that sold at Mecum for 19,800 and it was rated a #3 with 25,000 miles. No T Tops or other options this car has. And fine
, so a corvette is faster, so what. Millions of Corvetts, but only one out of a hundred or so like this, with these options. I ain't trying to ruffle anyones feathers just trying to make sure this great car goes to someone who love these and will take care of it. Their are 3 of these 442,s on E bay right now,with asking prices of 18990 to 20,900 OBO. None are low Millage light this car. Not to mention Ive been watching the prices on these cars rising since 2012, and its been more that a little. I have owned one of these cars since I bought my new one in 1987 every year except 3.This Car is my 3rd one. I would still have my first one but it was stolen after I had owned it 15 years. Im sorry some think my price is to high, but It is what it is.